Injustice, Inc. - How America's Justice System Commodifies Children and the Poor
University of Baltimore law professor Daniel Hatcher argued that the U.S. justice system commodifies the poor and children. Red Emma’s Bookstore in Baltimore hosted this event.
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Ken Brown Worker-Owner Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse
Daniel Hatcher Professor University of Baltimore->School of Law
Shanta Trivedi Assistant Professor University of Baltimore->School of Law
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